Dr Owen Yang
Owen Yang has trained as a paediatrician at the National Taiwan University and NTU Hospital. He then completed DPhil in Education at the University of Oxford in 2009 before he joined the Cancer Epidemiology Unit. He is an epidemiologist in the unit, working primarily on the Million Women Study. Owen’s current research focuses on long-term health impacts of childhood exposure. He is especially interested in complex exposures such as growth, diet and infections.
Childhood cancer, type 1 diabetes and other immune diseases: healthcare visits in the year before diagnosis in Taiwan.
Yang TO. et al, (2017), Arch Dis Child, 102, 629 - 633
Cancer risk among 21st century blood transfusion recipients.
Yang TO. et al, (2017), Ann Oncol, 28, 393 - 399
Adiposity and ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke: Prospective study in women and meta-analysis.
Kroll ME. et al, (2016), Neurology, 87, 1473 - 1481
Specific and Non-specific Clinical Presentations in the Year Before the Diagnosis of Childhood Leukaemia.
Yang TO. et al, (2016), Pediatr Blood Cancer, 63, 1387 - 1393
Body size in early life and risk of lymphoid malignancies and histological subtypes in adulthood.
Yang TO. et al, (2016), Int J Cancer, 139, 42 - 49